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National Party of Australia

Australian political party

The National Party of Australia is an Australian political party. Traditionally representing graziers, farmers, and rural voters generally, it began as the Australian Country Party in 1920 at a federal level. It would later briefly adopt the name National Country Party in 1975, before adopting its current name in 1982.

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Former Nationals leader Ian Sinclair is the chairman of a foundation that grants money to regional communities. He's guided CEO Natalie Egleton on both boardroom..
Credit: The Age - Published 3 days ago

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National Party MPs are expected to keep Michael McCormack as their leader and Bridget McKenzie as deputy at a meeting in the wake of the coalition election win.
Credit: SBS - Published 4 days ago

The Nationals are on track to triple the number of women in the party's federal party room to six following the federal election.
Credit: SBS - Published 4 days ago

Michael McCormack is expected to remain the leader of the National Party as his team's re-elected MPs and newcomers come together.
Credit: SBS - Published 5 days ago

Nationals leader Michael McCormack is thankful and proud his party held on to its 16 lower house seats at the election.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

Barnaby Joyce says "dopey" left-wing campaigning organisation GetUp has wasted its resources trying to win seats from the Nationals.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

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